Today’s learning – 19/10/20

English:

Today we are practising our reading skills in our English session. Read the attached text and answer the questions – post your work on Seesaw:

Spellings:

This week our spelling words are the following: Rhyme occupy apply hyphen hygiene python supply identify multiply recycle desperate  determined. What do they mean? Research them and find the definitions.

Maths:

We are starting to look at fractions, decimals and percentages. Watch the below video to find out more about how they are related:

Complete the attached sheet and post on Seesaw:

Percent means out of 100. The attached sheet requires you to identify the percentage of the squares covered. The first one has been done for you:

We are also looking at how fractions and decimals are related.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/maths-ks2-decimal-dance-off-2-fractions-decimals-and-percentages/zk9ygwx

Have a go at the attached sheet converting between a decimal and fraction.

Help: if a decimal is to 1 decimal place, the denominator is out of 10. If the decimal is to 1 decimal place, the denominator is out of 100.

Each sheet gets progressively harder. Try the first 6 on page 1. Confident and got them correct? Move on to do sheet 2. If you are struggling with sheet 2, stick to sheet 1.

PE:

Complete the PE with Joe Wicks session

German:

Have a go at the German grammar lesson. Post on Seesaw what you have learnt.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ks2-german/zm6yd6f

3 comments on “Today’s learning – 19/10/20

  • Joanne Hale says:

    Afternoon Miss Cope,

    I have just noticed that you posted last week and this week ‘Todays Learning’. Is this to be completed in addition to homework?

    Many Thanks

    Jo Hale

    Reply

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